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Message from the Guest Editor For centuries, numerous are the contributions on the nature, goals and methods of Islamic education. This rich heritage provides an indispensable foundation and orientation for further research in this field. In addition to the genuine questions, in view of the current plural and (post-) secular context, new Islamic ed...
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Background: Social support is a strong protector factor against the many negative effects stress and adversity in childhood can have on short- and long-term health. However, for young people who are exposed to adversity because their parent suffers from severe neurodegenerative disease, such as Huntington's disease (HD), support from close caregiv...
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Australian regional communities are changing. The combined impact of out-migration and ageing populations means that the capacity of regional communities to function as they traditionally have is challenged. In this context, volunteer effort remains a vital part of building community resilience and social capital. Yet, volunteering per se is under...
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Young people's peer culture encompasses norms and conventions, shared interests and activities, and unique modes of communication. Mobile phone enabled and online media constitute an increasingly important part of young people's lives worldwide. This chapter explores how young people integrate their media consumption into their peer culture focusin...
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Modern technology has had and continues to have various impacts on societies and human life in general. While technology in some ways defines the ‘digital age’ of today, discourses of ‘technological progress’ may dominate discussions of tomorrow. Conceptions of technology and futures seem to be intertwined, as technology has been predicted by exper...
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Background According to available evidence, only 15% of young women in sub-Saharan Africa know their Human immune deficiency virus (HIV) status. Despite a high prevalence of HIV infection among adolescents and young women, policymakers give less attention to HIV testing and counseling services. So, this study aimed to investigate the pooled prevale...
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Background Drug-related psychiatric comorbidity or death among adolescents has grown to become a public health threat in Taiwan. In an atmosphere of abstinence, few alternatives or rehabilitative options for troubled young people have caused many juveniles to be driven away from home and placed in closed institutions. The intersectionality of illeg...
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Clinical High Risk for Psychosis (CHR-P) services have been primarily developed to support young people with attenuated symptoms (indicated prevention). No evidence-based appraisal has systematically investigated to what extent these clinics may implement other preventive approaches. PRISMA 2020-compliant systematic review of Web of Science, Cochra...
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Background Verrucae pedis (verrucae / VPs) are a common viral infection of the skin seen in children. There are limited studies of the prevalence, duration and impact of verrucae pedis in children who are immunosuppressed. The studies available suggest that, in these children, the warts are more widespread and are more long-standing. The primary ai...
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Background Young people in different healthcare settings are positive about using electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs), which are meant to increase the effectiveness and safety of interventions from the patient’s perspective. Sweden offers free healthcare to young people aged 12–25 years at 275 youth health clinics (YHCs), whose goals are t...
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Background Physical activity (PA) declines during childhood. Important sources of PA are active travel, organised sport and physical education (PE), but it is unclear how these domain-specific PA sources contribute to (changes in) daily moderate-to-vigorous PA (MVPA) in young people. This study aimed to examine (1) the cross-sectional association b...
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Abel Beremenyi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra / Central European University) and Xavier Rambla (Autonomous University of Barcelona), editors of the special issue invite contributions to the “School-to-work transition of vulnerable youth in times of crisis” issue in Profesorado. Revista de currículum y formación del profesorado. The main focus of the sp...
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U okviru projekta "Misli o prirodi!", Centar za promociju civilnog društva (CPCD), uz financijsku podršku vlade Kraljevine Švedske, organizirao je ljetni kamp za mlade osobe koje su zainteresirane za stjecanje novih znanja u području ekologije i zaštite okoliša. Ljetni kamp se održao od 23. do 25.07.2021. godine u Sarajevu, na planini Igman, gdje j...
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This paper, written for the workshop "Fascism in Motion: Concepts, Agents and the Global Experiences," examines the influence of radical movements on young people's developing identities in two peripheral fascist movements. By examining the centrality of youth, both literal and metaphorically, to fascist mythology, this paper aims at revealing how...
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Civic education is generally assumed to play a key role in youth’s political sophistication. It aims to equip young people with the necessary competencies and skills to effectively participate in political and civic life. However, few studies have examined the relative importance of different facets of teaching quality within civic education as wel...
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To take the carbon reduction responsibility into consumption activities and reveal the discrepancy of carbon footprint (CF) among different types of households, this study investigates CF and inequality of household consumption in 25 provinces in China by calculating combing eight categories covering both direct and indirect household carbon emissi...
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The authors describe a rare case of traumatic vertebral artery dissecting pseudo-aneurysm with temporal lobe infarct in the pre-foramina segment of the left vertebral artery following knife injury of the left anterolateral neck area. A 40 years old man was admitted to the emergency department after a penetrating injury in the left anterolateral nec...
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This study aims to analyze the role of the Sumbermulyo Village government in improving the economy of the farming community. Qualitative descriptive method with phenomenological approach was used to analyze the data. This research was conducted because the number of people in Sumbermulyo Village who still choose to farm is getting smaller. People a...
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Sharing and viewing photos on Social Networking Sites (SNSs) have been identified as particularly problematic for body image. Although correlational research to date has established that SNS use is associated with increased body dissatisfaction, only experimental studies can enhance confidence in the conclusions drawn. For this reason, this systema...
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Previous research has suggested that bullying victimization is associated with higher suicidal risk among young people; however, the mechanisms underlying this relation have not been well examined. The current study aimed to illuminate the developmental links between bullying victimization and suicidal ideation by examining the mediating roles of d...
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In this article, we report on a typology of the demands of statistical and mathematical products (StaMPs) embedded in media items related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The typology emerged from a content analysis of a large purposive sample of diverse media items selected from digital news sources based in four countries. The findings enc...
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Drama-in-Education workshops (DiE) emphasize on balancing between teacher’s delicate structuring and participants’ spontaneous exploration and creation in dramatic activities and thus can be a powerful liminoid space to scaffold and facilitate young people’s development. Still, more researches are needed to dig into and understand such a dynamic an...
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Young people who are placed in out-of-home care are amongst the most vulnerable in our community. Removed from or rejected by their families, they must learn to live with carers who may be strangers. They may have experienced the trauma of abuse or neglect. Post care, they may experience further social isolation and marginalisation due to limited s...
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The aim of this study was to explore and better understand the enablers and barriers of implementation and how these impact on the organisational successes and challenges of adopting The Sanctuary Model, as perceived by residential care staff. Following ethics approval, three semi-structured interviews and six focus groups were conducted with resid...
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First evidence shows that some parents engage in the health-endangering practice of (mis-)using prescription drugs to boost their children’s school performance. But little is known about parental perspectives on this phenomenon. This study aims to better understand parents’ perspectives on the non-medical use of prescription drugs to improve health...
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The majority of jobs created in Africa are informal, low-paying jobs that do not allow employees to live decently. An improvement in labour productivity will contribute to the creation of productive and decent jobs. The objective of this work is to study the effect of institutional quality on labour productivity in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). To do t...
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There is growing interest in understanding the extent to which natural environments can influence learning particularly in school contexts. Nature has the potential to relieve cognitive overload, reduce stress and increase wellbeing—all factors that are conducive to learning. This paper provides a PRISMA-guided systematic review of the literature e...
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The study of the risks associated with Sexually Transmitted Infections is largely approached from statistical and epidemiological perspectives. Less is known about how high-risk groups, such as the young, perceive these risks. Drawing on qualitative data collected from semi-structured interviews with young Spanish people aged between 18 and 34, we...
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The existential exclusion of youths from the mainframe of the current global order is an increasingly pressing issue. Research to date has proven youths struggle to survive and be relevant within current systemic and institutional arrangements, resulting in a major existential and generational problem. The second of two volumes filling a gap in the...
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Migration is as old as the beginning of humankind. Archaeological and anthropological records or discoveries on prehistoric humans from different parts of the world have indicated that, migration began with the movement of the Homo erectus from Africa to Eurasia some 1.75 million years ago. Though this phenomenon cuts across old and young people in...
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Here, we reflect on the process and outcomes of co-designing seabird conservation resources with upper-primary-aged pupils. We focused on biosecurity (protecting wildlife from potential invasive species), an intellectually and emotionally complex topic which includes many social issues alongside ecology. Public awareness and understanding are vital...
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This study aims to identify the symptoms, concerns, and care priorities of children with life-limiting conditions and their families. A semi-structured qualitative interview study was conducted, seeking perspectives from multiple stakeholders on symptoms, other concerns, and care priorities of children and young people with life limiting and life-t...
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Background: Recovery from mental illness and mental health problems is relatively well-researched among adults, but evidence that focuses on the recovery experiences of young people and what characterizes it is scarce. With this in mind, this article aims to map out the existing research in order to identify prevailing knowledge about the recovery...
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CZU: 004:372.854 SOFTWARE HYPERCHEM 8.0 ÎN PREDAREA CHIMIEI Cristina-Amalia DUMITRAȘ, dr., profesor Colegiul Tehnic "Lațcu Vodă", Siret, România Rezumat. Se impune din ce în ce mai mult în învățarea limbilor străine, precum și de dobândire a competențelor digitale, antreprenoriale și STEM (științe, tehnologie, inginerie și matematică), cu o abordar...
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Migration of Afghans, particularly the young generation made headlines, when the Taliban took power in Afghanistan. Many countries including the USA, Germany, UK, Canada and Australia brought major changes in assessing documents of Afghan asylum seekers at risk. This paper studies the opinion of Afghan youth migrating under the Taliban regime. We s...
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The study aims to shed light on the most important obstacles that prevented the continuity of the Zakat Fund for the state of Ghardaia in granting the good loan and stopping this approach since the end of 2015, despite its contribution to financing small projects for young people in the state, and the unemployment was absorbed, where the problem wa...
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At present, people mainly focus on health education for adolescents. The health education of adolescents is related to future of adolescents. In youth, their emotions are easily influenced. Therefore, this manuscript constructs an interactive health education model for adolescents through affective computing. Researchers in various countries have d...
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Despite having essential health needs regarding sexual and reproductive health services (SRHS), young people (e.g., adolescents) in many countries show low use of such services. The World Health Organization advocates fostering young people’s autonomy to access health services to address this global health problem. However, there are gaps in the li...
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Speech Title: ‘Economics of Global poverty: An analysis of post-pandemic period' Abstract: One of the most serious issues before the world is global poverty. Two-thirds of the worlds poor are children and young people, while women predominate in most areas. Sub-Saharan Africa is seeing an increase in the concentration of extreme poverty. Just over...
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This comprehensive Mental Wellbeing Impact Assessment (MWIA) has been carried out by the Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit to identify the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and associated policy responses, on the mental wellbeing of young people aged 10-24 in Wales.
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Along with the digitalisation of societies and services, the accessibility of digital content has become the focus of attention. However, emphasis has been on technical accessibility, ignoring the large number of people suffering from cognitive challenges that are expected to increase as the population ages. The purpose of this study is to demonstr...
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The existential exclusion of youths from the mainframe of the current global order is an increasingly pressing issue. Research to date has proven youths struggle to survive and be relevant within current systemic and institutional arrangements, resulting in a major existential and generational problem. One of two volumes filling a gap in the litera...
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This paper aims to explore young people’s perspectives of a real-life scenario of child language brokering in a healthcare setting (the doctor’s office), when the topic of discussion is sensitive and potentially conflictual. Child Language brokers are migrant young people who translate and interpret for family members, peers and the local community...
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revista de recerca i formació en antropologia Hegemonía y resistencia. Conflictos territoriales en el caso de las comunas étnicas de la costa ecuatoriana Marie-Therese Lager, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 1 DOI: http://doi.org/10.5565/rev/periferia.660 Resumen La expansión de la industria turística (producto de las políticas públicas que actúan...
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There is strong evidence showing that vulnerable children and adolescents, such as children who are carers for their family, in care themselves, or who have a physical disability or special educational needs, are at greater risk of mental health problems and poor social wellbeing. Recent research indicates this heterogenous but vulnerable group is...
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Live music cars are popular in northeastern Thailand. It is like a mobile sound stage that attracts children and young people to participate in activities. However, it gives a chance for these people to access to alcohol consumption. The purpose of this paper was to investigate approach for alcohol consumption control in live music car activities o...
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Several measures assessing different facets of young people’s aspirations and expectations have reached conflicting conclusions regarding their impact on their lives. This study aims to survey the theoretical background, internal structure, and psychometric properties of measures that assess aspirations and expectations of adolescents and emerging...
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Before discussing the prospects for educating young people toward becoming global citizens, we must ask ourselves: is global citizenship reality or illusion? What can be stated is that plain citizenship itself can no longer be considered merely a legal or judicial question. Today, citizenship is only partially linked to rights and duties deriving f...
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A great majority of Polish people consider themselves Catholics. In recent years, however, dynamic processes of transformation in religiosity have taken place. They concern the entire society but above all young people. The biggest changes take place are in the area of attitudes of the Catholic Church and her teachings. A formal act of defection fr...
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Literature from worldwide revealed that poor mental health is evident among youths living with HIV (YLHIV). However, literature exploring their mental health in the Philippines is limited despite the alarming increase of HIV cases among young people. Hence, this descriptive phenomenological study purported to characterize the mental health of a sel...
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Objective: Globally, suicide represents the second leading cause of death in young people aged 15-29 years for both sexes, after traffic accidents. Suicide occurs not only in high-income countries, in high-income countries but it is a global phenomenon in all regions of the world and it represents a serious public health problem. Method: This re...
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Despite decades of research and education, sexual and gender-based violence remain distressingly prevalent on university and college campuses globally. The taboos associated with sex, gender inequity, and living in a patriarchal world where misogyny is glorified and criminalised are key socio-cultural determinants driving these forms of violence. L...
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Objective: To develop targeted treatment for young people experiencing mental illness , a better understanding of the biological, psychological, and social changes is required, particularly during the early stages of illness. To do this, large datasets need to be collected using standardized methods. A harmonized data collection protocol was tested...
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Youth entrepreneurship is regarded as an important part of rural revitalization. Against the backdrop of the rural revitalization strategy, the Chinese government has introduced many policies to encourage return-home entrepreneurship among young people. However, highly educated youth have a lower willingness to return home for entrepreneurship, and...
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Der erfolgreiche Abschluss einer beruflichen Ausbildung gilt als wichtiger Schritt auf dem Weg zur Integration junger Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund in die deutsche Gesellschaft. Für erst kürzlich nach Deutschland eingereiste geflüchtete Menschen im ausbildungsfähigen Alter stellt die Aufnahme einer Ausbildung eine besondere Herausforderung dar...
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Covid-19 period, when great changes were observed in consumer behavior, many small sellers participated in e-commerce. In addition, in the relevant period, the customers had to reach the customers, not the stores.Turkey, where e-commerce has grown rapidly during the Covid-19 period, draws attention as the youngest country in Europe and creates a dy...
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The recent increase in electronic and social media use among young people has highlighted the importance of focusing on problematic social media use (PSMU) and the concurrent phenomenon of cyber aggression, as well as the role of social support. As part of the 2018 Health Behavior in School-aged Children study in Italy, this study aims to explore t...
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Karamivand. With increasing quality of life and access to health services in most communities, population growth has increased. Life expectancy is higher in most societies than ever before. And these factors have caused most people to reach old age [2]. The phenomenon of aging is already happening in most societies and if it is not managed properly...
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The Cityzens for Clean Air campaign aims to amplify youth voices with advocacy on air pollution, climate and health using citizen scientist data generated by young people. UrbanBetter’s Cityzens initiative aims to harness urban infrastructure and development for planetary health through the air we breathe, our spaces and places and the food we eat....
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Background Violence as a known serious public health problem affects people in all stages of life, from childhood to the elderly. In society, one of the most visible forms of violence is young people violence, whereas they, adolescents and young adults, are the main victims of such violence. There was limited information on the burden of violence a...
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As children’s use of screens increased during the COVID pandemic, their reading of traditional books was affected, a national survey of Australian parents shows. The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Melbourne to compare young people’s use of screens and books in the pandemic. Their online survey of 513 primary caregivers of c...
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Context and objective. e time spent by young people at the university is generally marked by a profound transition in lifestyle and eating habits, which exposes them to several risk factors for diseases that will develop later such as chronic diseases related to diet. e objective of this study was to assess malnutrition and identify the particular...
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A considerable body of literature has documented the significance of fair treatment in terms of generating trust towards decision-makers across different institutional contexts. It has also been demonstrated that even young children are sensitive to procedural justice, and that experiences of both fairness and unfairness help shape young people’s w...
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Synovial sarcoma (SS) is an epithelial-differentiated malignant stromal tumor that has the highest incidence in young people and can occur almost anywhere in the body. Many noncoding RNAs are involved in the occurrence, development, or pathogenesis of SS. In particular, the role of MicroRNAs (miRNAs) in SS is receiving increasing attention. MiRNA i...
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As children and young people today face ever increasing social, emotional and mental health challenges, schools, as one of the primary systems in children’s lives, are called to broaden their agenda and help to address these challenges. This paper discusses the evaluation of a school-based, universal mental health promotion programme developed rece...
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During adolescence, the brain undergoes significant developmental changes, establishing neural pathways and behaviour patterns that will last into adulthood. Mental health problem is an important implication in every aspect of young people lives including ability to engage with the education, make and keep friends, have constructive family relation...
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The present study is done on the future orientation of youth in the tea garden concerning the five basic processes of future orientation: family life, planning, time perspective, decision-making and career. The research examines the relationship between future orientation, decision-making, planning, temporal perspective and work in family life. How...
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Gambling, vulnerable young people, hard-to-reach young people, problem gambling, gambling monopoly VEIKKAUS, Finland, Suomi
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Sex education has always been a controversial topic in Indonesia. Indonesia still hold a strong culture, norms and also religious values so sexuality its a taboo topic to be discuss in public. Sex education always surrounding by negativity eventhough sex education is one of the most important subject to be taught to our society. According to UNESCO...
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Road safety is a worldwide concern. Traffic injuries are the main cause of death for children and young people. One alternative to improve traffic safety is the enhancement of pavement markings visibility. Pavement marking efficiency depends on day and night visibility. Nighttime visibility (retroreflectivity) occurs due to the presence of glass be...
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The objective of this study was to analyse the nexus between youth unemployment and political instability in Côte d’Ivoire. To achieve this objective, we used a regional approach to investigate the relationship between political instability and youth unemployment in Côte d’Ivoire and we developed a method for calculating the political instabili...
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The objective of this study is to analyze the nexus between youth unemployment and political instability in Côte d'Ivoire. To achieve this objective, we used a regional approach to conduct analysis on the relationship between political instability and youth unemployment in Côte d'Ivoire and we developed a method for calculating the political instab...
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The intervention in social work is carried out using a specific methodology based on specialized literature. The first step in the assisting process is the initial assessment , which involves the identification of a set of elements (identity of the person/bene-ficiary, their personal history, the environment of their origin, the problems they face,...
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Background There is a growing evidence base around predictors of retention and completion in a range of recovery residence models, particularly Oxford Houses and Sober Living Houses, and recovery housing is recognized as a clearly evidenced area of recovery intervention. The aim of the study was to quantitatively assess recovery capital in a sample...